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August 14, 2017

In the News Today – August 14, 2017

Republicans for Richard Cordray: The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board published their view on the Congressional Review Act that would repeal the CFPB’s anti-arbitration rule. The editorial singled out the Trump administration for not firing CFPB Director Cordray, as well as Republican Senators like Lindsey Graham as major roadblocks holding up the legislation. (Wall Street Journal)

Judge tosses 53 plaintiffs’ claims against J&J over Risperdal: A U.S. District Judge in St. Louis tossed 53 claims by out-of-state plaintiffs against J&J last week. He cited the U.S. Supreme Court’s June Bristol-Myers Squibb ruling to “conclude that neither he nor the Missouri state court had jurisdiction over their claims.” (Reuters)

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